The US focus on militants of the IS group will not cause a rise in extremism in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The United States said that it was open to holing back-channel talks with Iran on the situation in the Middle East.
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The US-led coalition needs to go beyond an offensive, by offering a counter-narrative to the concept of an Islamic state
WASHINGTON: The US military stands ready to launch a direct military action against the Islamic State militants in...
State borders not to limit the fight, says US president.
The report notes that, “many observers see the current unrest weakening Mr Sharif”.
Austrian authorities are investigating a former US ambassador to Afghanistan and Iraq for suspected money laundering.
US President said that now was the time to launch a new offensive, including “military elements”, against IS militants.
WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama has delayed his immigration reforms until after the midterm elections in...
The US and its allies have formed a new coalition to fight militants of the IS, the White House said on Friday.
Jen Psaki also noted that protests at D-Chowk in Islamabad had subsided and the situation was returning to normal.
WASHINGTON: Two US lawmakers — a Democrat and a Republican — said on Thursday that they would introduce bills ...
US spokesperson Jen Psaki stressed the need for reconciliation between the government and the protesters.
WASHINGTON: The United States sent a clear message to Pakistan on Monday, telling all parties to the political...
The US stepped up its sanctions on Iran, targeting companies and individuals linked to the country’s nuclear programme.
US Treasury Department imposes sanctions on LeT founding member and also banned the currency exchange business he owns.
WASHINGTON: A new survey shows that 64 per cent Pakistanis had a positive view of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif before...
Rizvi claimed that former CEC had interviewed him and two others for appointment in provincial election tribunals.
Army will move in if the situation worsened, warned Altaf Hussain.